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Ministry Today proudly presents Greenelines, a new blog from Dr. Steve Greene.

Dr. Greene writes on a wide range of topics important to leaders, church administrators and young leaders in development.

He has lead business organizations, served as a dean of a college of business and lead as a senior pastor. Greene's primary focus is to equip the leaders of saints.

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Younger leaders

Make Room for Young Leaders

Find out why older church leaders don’t need to think about retreating or retirement as much as they need to begin empowering younger leaders.

Sheep and shepherd

How to Organize Church Authority

Do you and your church’s leaders walk in wisdom, seek counsel when you are stuck and learn from your mistakes? Those characteristics are crucial when putting people in charge.

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Pope Francis

Impact Nations: The Weightier Matters

Pope Francis says the church has locked itself up in small-minded rules. Have you moved to the center of what Jesus says is really important in life, or are you stuck in the margins?

Model restoration

A Model for Restoration

An exclusive interview with Chris Hodges reveals a healthy model for restoring ministers—in this case, former Louisiana pastor Dino Rizzo.

Time to Heal

Jack Hayford: A Time to Heal

The restoration process of a fallen leader isn’t a quick fix. It’s a sensitive process that requires a great amount of prayer and the passing of time.

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A Cry for Help

A Cry for Help

Heal Your Servant has become not only a safe haven for pastors who have fallen, but also a launch pad for restoration.

The Bible proves single pastors can be effective.

Mark Driscoll: Single Pastors?

Obviously, there are examples in Scripture of godly single men who served God faithfully. But as a general rule, does God call still call men with the “gift of singleness” to be pastors?

Young people

Do You Know Your Community?

If you weren’t born and raised in the town or city where you minister, you may not know much about the state of the area’s youth. Here are a few suggestions to familiarize yourself with them.

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